9780325010700

Writing in Science

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  • ISBN13:

    9780325010700

  • ISBN10:

    0325010706

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-03-21
  • Publisher: Heinemann

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Summary

In the science classroom writing is much more than an exercise for students to document their steps during an investigation. It's an important vehicle for describing their thought processes and the evidence that supports their reasoning. Writing in Science shows you how to encourage students to grow as scientists and writers by moving beyond recounting how they completed their work and toward explaining what they learned.

Author Biography

Betsy Rupp Fulwiler is a veteran science curriculum consultant and developer of the nationally known Expository Writing and Science Notebooks Program in Seattle Public Schools

Table of Contents

Forewordp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introductionp. xv
Understanding the Basics of This Integrated Science-Writing Approach and What Research Says About Itp. 1
Using Science Notebooks in Integrating Science and Expository Writing Instructionp. 12
Developing and Organizing Scientific Understanding and Thinking: Science Word Banks and Graphic Organizersp. 28
Teaching Simple Forms of Scientific Thinking and Expository Writing: Observations, Cause and Effect, and Comparisonsp. 44
Teaching Complex Forms of Scientific Thinking and Expository Writing: Reasoning, Data Analysis, and Conclusionsp. 81
Assessing Science Notebook Entriesp. 113
Planning Expository Writing Instruction for a Science Unitp. 133
Twelve Tips for Implementing This Integrated Science-Writing Approachp. 147
Blackline Masters for Graphic Organizers and Writing Framesp. 151
A First Grader's Complete Science Notebookp. 170
Resources for Inquiry-Based Science Unitsp. 190
Focus and Investigative Questions for Inquiry-Based Science Unitsp. 191
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